A man was arrested in Utah over the weekend for a warrant that accuses him of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol when he crashed his truck in Bozeman and killed his passenger.

Michael Jon Fragiacomo, 48, was booked into the Salt Lake County jail on Friday and is being held without bail, Gallatin County prosecutor Erin Murphy confirmed on Monday. Fragiacomo has been served with the Gallatin County warrant for the fatal crash, she said.

Murphy said that Fragiacomo would likely have an initial appearance in Utah on the warrant sometime this week.

In January, Fragiacomo rolled his truck off Interstate 90 near the North Seventh Avenue, according to charging documents. An officer found Stacey Lamb, 36, of Belgrade, dead in the truck’s passenger seat.

The officer smelled alcohol on Fragiacomo’s breath, and court documents allege that he had little reaction when he learned Lamb was dead.

A Montana Highway Patrol trooper found that Fragiacomo overcorrected and caused his truck to spin off the road, court documents said. The truck hit a post and went airborne. The truck then hit a power pole before it came to a rest on its passenger side.

Fragiacomo was taken to Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital for minor injuries.

Police said in charging documents that earlier in the evening, Fragiacomo had met Lamb for a second date at a Belgrade bar where they played a game of pool. They then spent two or three hours at a sushi bar in downtown Bozeman. Fragiacomo told officers he had had one beer throughout the night, court documents allege.

Blood samples taken at the hospital and a Montana Crime Lab toxicology report showed Fragiacomo had cocaine in his blood and a blood alcohol concentration above the legal limit of 0.08 percent.

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